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Drawing on the wisdom of the Talmud, the ancient Greeks, Native American cultures, and the teachings of many religions, a rabbi shares his thoughts on the implications of mortality for human life and how to approach death in a meaningful and redemptive fashion. Original.
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Senior rabbi at Temple Tifereth Israel in Cleveland, Kamin offers a compassionate and well-reasoned tour through modern Jewish interpretations of death. There is not so much explanation as the promise of life itself and "the universe and its elusive yet comforting concept of a God," as well as the duty to live our lives on earth in a way that uplifts spiritual values and does honor to the memory of the departed. Intelligent and consoling, Kamin's work should be well received by most readers.
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